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17 Botolph Lane

17 Botolph Lane, Botolph House

History of 17 Botolph Lane

(1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge): ‘Botolph House … of four storeys with basement, has walls of Gault brick. It was built c. 1790… The original entrance door of six panels has a fanlight above with radiating glazing-bars.’ Numerous original features survive inside.

1913 Botolph House

Mrs Amis, lodging house keeper

1962 Mrs A Lowe


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